Monthly Archives: December 2015

Pratt & Whitney PT6

Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A: A Prominent Turboprop Aircraft Engine The Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A engine is manufactured by Pratt & Whitney Canada and among the most prominent turboprop aircraft engines in the recorded history. The PT6A turboprop engine is a powerful engine that can provide... READ MORE

New Zealand

New Zealand: A Must-Visit New Zealand, also locally known as Aotearoa or “The Land of the Long White Cloud”, is a truly a scenic and beautiful place to explore. New Zealand is an island country with a population of 4.5... READ MORE

Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi Regional Jet: Japan’s First Passenger Airliner after Several Years On November 11, 2015, the first ever passenger aircraft created in Japan in more than half a century had made its first flight, a vital step for the country’s aim of globally... READ MORE

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries: Leader in the Aerospace Industry Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. is a manufacturing company located in Tokyo, Japan. This Japan-based company specializes in multinational engineering, electrical equipment, and electronics. Air conditioners, aerospace and automotive components, hydraulic equipment, machine tools,... READ MORE

Hawker 400

Hawker 400XP: A Renowned Aircraft in the Private Jet Charter Industry The Hawker 400 is one of the aircraft that has been originally designed by the Mitsubishi Company. Later on, it became one of the aircraft that Beech Aircraft Company develops and updates.... READ MORE

FedEx

The History of FedEx The transport of goods from places to places has become much easier and faster with air freight. But, before there were FedEx and UPS, a lot of companies ventured into the same industry that were not... READ MORE

Eclipse 500

Eclipse 500:An Inexpensive Yet High-class Twin Turbofan Jet The Eclipse 500 is a light jet produced by the Eclipse Aviation at their facility in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Eclipse 500 is promoted for pilots, air taxi and aircraft charter services, as an inexpensive... READ MORE

Boeing Business Jet Series

Boeing Business Jet Series for Private Air Travel The Boeing Business Jet series are selections of Boeing Airlines for the corporate jet industry; originally it was the 737 series aircraft. This jet series can normally accommodate 25 to 50 passengers inside... READ MORE

Airbus

Airbus’ Corporate Jet Family Airbus SAS is under the Airbus Group SE that produces civil aircraft. It’s a company based in Blagnac, France, which is a suburb of Toulouse. Its manufacturing and production facilities are located in China, France, United... READ MORE

Airbus A350 XWB

Airbus A350 XWB: The New-Generation Passenger Aircraft The Airbus A350 XWB is a long-range, wide body, twin-engine jet aircraft created by the European aircraft company, Airbus. The A350 is the first ever aircraft under Airbus with wings and fuselage structures made... READ MORE

Airbus A300

Airbus A300: The First Ever Widebody, Twin-Engine Airplane The Airbus A300 is a medium range, wide body, twin-engine jet aircraft developed and mass-produced by Airbus. First introduced during 1972 as the first wide body, twin-engine airplane in the world, it... READ MORE

Air Traffic Control

How the Air Traffic Control System Works in the US During the peak air travel season in the US, there are about 5,000 airplanes in the sky each hour. This means there are around 50,000 charter private jet and commercial airplanes flying in the... READ MORE

Air Charter

The Advantages of Air Charter Flight to Businessmen Charter flights are sometimes branded as a traveler's personal version of first-class for these private flights have a lot of perks than the commercial flights. Charter flights are even much better compared... READ MORE

Aerospace and Defense

Largest Aerospace and Defense Companies The aerospace and defense industry is made up of companies that design, develop and manufacture defense products such as aircraft, information systems, weaponry and spacecraft, space and security systems for commercial and military purposes. Due to... READ MORE

Aeronautical

The Difference between Aeronautical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering Many people, especially those who want to pursue a career path that involves designing and flying aircraft, are confused if there is any difference between aeronautical engineering and aerospace engineering. To begin with, aeronautical... READ MORE

United States Air Force

The United States Air Force: Our mission is to fly, fight and win. The USAF or United States Air Force is a branch of the United States Armed Forces that serves as the aerial warfare service branch and among the seven... READ MORE

Dreamliner

787 Dreamliner for Your Chartered Flights The foremost technology of the 787 Dreamliner in the airline industry is making amazing opportunities for many airlines all over the world and intensely improving the experience of air travel. We call it as the Dreamliner... READ MORE

Wright Flyer

Wright Brothers Foundation of the Modern Aeronautical Engineering The world’s first successful flight by the Wright brothers founded the aerial age. They accomplished their dream of flying using their created flying machine, which they named the “Wright Flyer”. The Wright Flyer... READ MORE

Rolls-Royce Trent – A Private Jet

The Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 The Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 is a turbofan type engine and was created based on the earlier series of Trent engines.  The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is powered by the Trent 1000 during its maiden flight and on... READ MORE

Lockheed U-2

Lockheed U-2’s High-Altitude Intelligence, Surveillance, And Reconnaissance Also known as the “Dragon Lady” is a single jet engine, Lockheed U-2. It is a high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft used by the US Military for observation investigation. This military aircraft is being operated by the United... READ MORE

Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird

 SR-71 Blackbird: A Technological Wonder There is no reconnaissance aircraft that has the capability to operate in hostile airspace as the SR-71, which is also considered as the fastest jet-propelled airplane in the world. The Blackbird’s capabilities and operational accomplishments put... READ MORE

George Cayley

An Aerial View of Aviation’s Hectic History – Part Two Sir George Cayley, the 6th Baronet, was born on the 27th of December 1773 in Scarborough, Yorkshire, England and died on the 8th of December 1854 in Brompton, Yorkshire. He was an English forerunner... READ MORE

English Channel

Fly Across The English Channel With a Private Jet Charter Flight The English Channel is the narrow portion of the Atlantic Ocean that separates the United Kingdom from Central Europe. It may look like any ordinary channels anywhere in the world, but it... READ MORE

Emirates

Chartered Private Jet Flights at Emirates Airline More than 500 international awards are a testament to the top-notch service of the Emirates Airline. In fact, over the years, Emirates Airline has been recognized as the best in the world several times for the... READ MORE

Embraer E – Jet Family

Getting to Know the Embraer E-Jet Family Biofuel aircraft on takoff Embraer E-Jet Family is a series of jets produced by the Brazilian aerospace company that caters both commercial and private jet charter flights. Embraer aircraft have a narrow body small... READ MORE

Central Intelligence Agency

Central Intelligence Agency and Air America The CIA or Central Intelligence Agency has always been the United States’ top spy agency, which is accountable for exposing information on the various threats the nation is facing and performing operations to neutralize those... READ MORE

Canada

Fly to Canada with a Chartered Private Jet Canada is situated in North America and expands from the Atlantic to the Pacific, which is made of three Territories and ten Provinces. The Arctic Ocean in the North, the Davis Strait in the... READ MORE

Brazil

Fly to Brazil with a Chartered Private Jet Brazil is the biggest South American Country and is the fifth biggest nation in the world. It resembles a large triangle on the continent’s eastern side with a 7,400-kilometer coastline that lines the Atlantic... READ MORE

BM&F Bovespa

BM&F Bovespa Last 2008, São Paulo Stock Exchange (Bovespa) and Brazilian Mercantile and Futures Exchange (BM&F) merged and gave birth to one of the world’s largest stock exchange by market value, BM&F Bovespa. In 2012, the company became one of... READ MORE

Atlantic

Charles Lindbergh: First Man to Complete a Transatlantic Flight Charles Lindbergh completed the first ever nonstop, solo flight from New York to Paris aboard the Spirit of St. Louis on May 20-21, 1927. After he had completed the 34-hour and... READ MORE

Bell X1

Bell X1: An Aircraft that Traveled Faster than the Sound The Bell X1 was the very first airplane to fly faster than the speed of the sound. The pilot who controlled the aircraft on October 14, 1947, was US Air Force Capt. Charles E.... READ MORE

The 787 Dreamliner

The 787 Dreamliner  The 787 Dreamliner is a long-range, mid-size wide-body, twin-engine jet aircraft that is developed by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Considered as the Boeing’s most fuel-efficient aircraft, the 787 Dreamliner can accommodate up to 300 passengers. The aircraft is made from the... READ MORE